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Obama Drops File Sharers
It must feel terrible to still be living in the last millennium.
File sharers in the promised land of unlimited opportunities are disappointed with their presidential candidate. They supported him in the November elections because they thought he'd take up their cause and work to legalise their activities. Now it turns out they're being dumped.
Obama's appointed two media monsters to work under his attorney general: Tom Perrelli and David Ogden. Both have represented the media giants in controversial lawsuits against old grannies and so forth.
It must be terrible to still be living in the 1990s when file sharing and BitTorrent stuff was the 'thing'.
Services like Spotify haven't made it to the North American shores yet.